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From Washington:Question: Can an employer mandate/require an officer to get the COVID-19 vaccine to continue working? Do you see guilds/unions challenging this and how do you see courts ruling? Answer: There’s not a lot of law on whether a mandatory vaccine requirement would be a negotiable topic. The NLRB has some cases that suggest it is negotia­ble, but there’s a case out of California’s PERB that suggests it isn’t….

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The Timing Of A Demand To Bargain

On August 17, 2016, the Orchard Park Police Benevolent Association (PBA) filed an improper practice charge with New York’s Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) alleging that the Town of Orchard Park had committed several unfair labor practices. One of the claims related to the replacement of a paper sign-in system with Kronos, a biometric timekeeping system. The Kronos system requires each employee to submit to a hand scan at…

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From New Jersey:Question: As a member of the FOP executive board, my deputy chief told me he is going to change a practice that involves our detectives. Although he did not identify specifics, he wants to rotate our detectives, a practice that we (the FOP) believe he cannot do. We believe our detectives are to be promoted. The question is what would constitute notification? If he says he is…

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